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English24/09/2020

SRNA News Roundup /III/ - September 24, 2020

 


 

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA

BANJALUKA, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - Serb BiH Presidency member Milorad Dodik spoke today in Banjaluka with Ambassador of Greece to BiH Dimitrios Papandreou about current political and economic issues in BiH and Republika Srpska.

ZVORNIK, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - During her visit to Zvornik today, Republika Srpska President Željka Cvijanović toured the reconstructed bridge of Alexander the First Karađorđević which connects Republika Srpska and Serbia.

ZVORNIK, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - Republika Srpska President Željka Cvijanović has stressed that the reconstruction of a basketball court near the St. Sava Elementary School in Zvornik is a result of cooperation, understanding and brotherly love between Srpska and Serbia.

ZVORNIK, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - Vojvodina Premier Đorđe Milićević has said that Serbia and the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina are helping the development of Republika Srpska in all fields, using all their capacities, and that the Provincial Secretariat for Sports and Youth donated a basketball court to the City of Zvornik with this aim in mind.

ZVORNIK, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - Zvornik Mayor Zoran Stevanović said today that that local community invested more than BAM 10 million in population policy projects in the past ten years and that one of them is the reconstruction of a basketball court near the St. Sava Elementary School.

BANJALUKA, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - A statement from BiH Presidency member and SDA vice-president Šefik DŽaferović to BHRT that “the Republika Srpska police and certain companies, which are transporting migrants from the eastern BiH border to the Una-Sana Canton in an organized manner, are exposed to criminal responsibility,” speaks of his readiness to abuse the seriousness of the migrant crisis in the country by uttering falsehoods for daily political ends, while not offering any quality solution, says a press release from the Republika Srpska Ministry of Internal Affairs.

BiH

SARAJEVO, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - Chairman of the Council of Ministers Zoran Tegeltija has said that the passage of the Revised War Crime Cases Strategy is very important for BiH so that those who committed war crimes could be prosecuted and so that justice could be achieved by those seeking for it.

BANJALUKA, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - The director of the Republika Srpska Center for War Research, War Crimes and Search for Missing Persons, Milorad Kojić, has said that today’s passage of the Revised War Crime Cases Strategy will accelerate this process and that the most complex war crimes cases will be a priority.

SARAJEVO, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - The EU Special Representative to BiH, Johann Sattler, has said that today’s passage of the Revised War Crime Cases Strategy is an important step on BiH’s path to the EU.

SARAJEVO, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - The BiH Court welcomed today’s passage of the Revised War Crime Cases Strategy and thanked all who made the passage of this important document possible.

SARAJEVO, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - Chairman of the Council of Ministers Zoran Tegeltija today took over from Head of the EU Delegation to BiH Johann Sattler medical equipment for health institutions in BiH, worth EUR 900,000, which is part of aid from the EU in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

SARAJEVO, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - Director of the BiH Border Police Zoran Galić and German Ambassador to BiH Margret Uebber signed today a donation agreement worth EUR 850,000.

FEDERATION OF BiH

SARAJEVO, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - At a meeting today in Sarajevo, the FBiH Government concluded that it will secure another BAM 100,000,000 to cushion the blow of the coronavirus pandemic on the economy in that entity.

SARAJEVO, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - The Federation of BiH /FBiH/ had revenues from indirect taxes of BAM 206.6 million in August, which is by 32.6 percent less than in August of 2019.


SERBIA

BELGRADE, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - The director of the Institute for Oncology and Radiology of the Serbian Clinical Center, Danica Grujičić, has said that some countries which bombed Serbia in 1999 should not give loans to Serbia, as in fact, they are its debtors, but that consequences of the NATO aggression on the health of the population should be determined.

BELGRADE, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - Academic Zoran Knežević was elected today secretary-general of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts /SANU/.


REGION

DVOR, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - At a meeting of the Dvor Municipal Council today, the position that that local community is opposed to the building of a radioactive waste repository on Trgovska Gora was reiterated once again, Dvor Mayor Nikola Arbutina told Srna.

PODGORICA, SEPTEMBER 24 /SRNA/ - Montenegrin President Milo Đukanović will propose a prime minister-designate by October 23. /end/sg